Walking in Memphis is a song that strikes a chord in the hearts of David and Julenne Goetcheus, for reasons that might make your own heart hurt.
David says, "It's Donny's favorite song. That song plays at the most unbelievable times."
Unbelievable times, much like a scene from 1997, where their two sons are found shot to death, execution style, in their rented home.
It is a case file that has not been touched in more than 14 years because no one has come forward with any new information on the deaths of Sean and Donny Goetcheus.
Justin Kilgore, with the Chattanooga Police Department, says, "This is not just a random case. This is two guys in their house, that even though they were brothers, lived two different lives. There's something about this case that strikes it as different."
Donny, just 19-years-old at the time, is described a free spirit who loved to skateboard.
His first day at Chattanooga State was in January of 1997, but instead he was buried on that day.
25-year-old Sean was a little different, he took classical guitar lessons, and was on his way to becoming a certified gemologist.
That is why he worked at Rick Davis' Gold and Diamond shop.
And coincidentally, that is who found the brother's dead, Sean's boss, Rick Davis.
Davis adds, "It was devastating. It was probably the worst thing I've ever seen in my life."
Davis says Sean did not come in to work that day, so he went to check on him, and that is when he found the brothers.
Each had been shot in the head, one was even still standing up when Davis found him.
Kilgore adds, "Definitely sounds like they were tying to set something out of them before they were killed."
Police do not believe anything was taken from inside the home, so as far as this being a robbery, well, police are just not sold on that idea.
Kilgore adds, "We all have secrets, secrets sometimes that we want to keep. They may have had a secret they were keeping for somebody else. It could have costed somebody else to get in trouble."
For more than a decade now, someone has kept secrets surrounding the double murder.
Not even a national show like America's Most Wanted has brought those coveted secrets out.
David says, "It's like being sentenced to hell."
Julenne says, "It feels as though no one cares anymore, that your life has gone on with everyone else, and we're sitting in this dark hole."
Now, every time they hear Walking in Memphis, it is like Donny telling them it is all ok, but the Goetcheus' say it is not.
They will not go to their graves without some kind of justice being served.
David says, "I can still hear Donny saying, dad, dad, and Sean always called me old man. Everyday I hear that. It's painful. It's unbelievably painful."
Even though police have not received any tips on this case in more than 14 years, they tell us time may actually help solve this case.
That is because over a long period of time relationships can end, and free up some people to talk.
If you have any tips please call Chattanooga Police.